The Luminosity Gaming organisation entered the esports scene in February 2015 and has since grown to be a powerhouse across a number of titles including CS:GO, Call of Duty, Smite and Hearthstone.
It was revealed on Wednesday 24th of August that LG have expanded into the Halo scene, picking up two dropped players from Team Liquid to secure a spot in the North America, Halo Championship Series Pro League. Due to start in September, the 8 team league in the NA region will have a prize pool of $225,000.
Returning from a competitive break after leaving OpTic Gaming, Naded will head up the squad with former TL players Eco and Danoxide, completing with his former Team Allegiance teammate, eL Town. With a wealth of experience, the team will once again be expected to a contender for a top 4 position going into the LAN playoffs on December 3rd/4th.
LG Statement –
“We are extremely excited with the addition of our new Halo pro team. Halo is one of the oldest game titles and we all remember being mesmerized playing the original Halo growing up. Since then the game has developed with a passionate esports scene with millions in prize money. We can’t wait to watch the new team compete in the Halo Championship Series in the upcoming Fall season.”
Luminosity Halo –
Source – LG Website
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